Is Swaziland’s controversial king the right man to helm the SADC? Sechaba ka’Nkosi ponders the question...
We call on Dr Survé to be the champion of black journalists' interests as far as transformation is concerned, writes Piet Rampedi.
Can the intelligent use of technology save our ailing education system? Theo Garrun ponders the question...
The global oil industry is bleeding high-level talent at a time when companies are trying to replace their Baby Boomers.
Competition law needs to be rethought so that the man in the street gets some recompense for money being misspent, argues Nicola Mawson.
Independent is unique amongst big SA media houses as the only one that is black-owned and controlled, writes Dr Iqbal Surve.
The maverick economists who lobbied in favour of Brexit still believe the UK can avoid a recession.
Protests against Jacob Zuma’s presidency need to change focus, writes Pierre Heistein.
Don’t allow your hard-earned savings to suffer during the downtimes, writes Michelle Beetar.
Now is not the time to take desperate measures such as entering ‘get rich quick’ schemes, writes Peter Dempsey.
Economic uncertainty from China to Europe pricks the confidence of high-income shoppers in the United States.
Twenty years have passed since the right of privacy was enshrined in our constitution. Lawyer Mark Heyink looks into progress made.
Live streaming puts social media companies in a position that traditional news companies have long resisted, writes Margaret Sullivan.
The reset button is being pressed on global culture and it’s China's turn to play, writes Adam Minter.
Employees who adapt to change and move seamlessly from one project to the next are becoming increasingly valuable to companies.